The girls spend a hot night at the gay club Trade, dancing in a sea of bare-chest good-looking men. Carrie meets sexy, Australian shoe importer -wow!- Oliver Spencer, to Stanford's envy. ... See full summary »



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The girls spend a hot night at the gay club Trade, dancing in a sea of bare-chest good-looking men. Carrie meets sexy, Australian shoe importer -wow!- Oliver Spencer, to Stanford's envy. Samantha gets so high on beefcake, XTC and naked dicks in the gents (no girls there) that she tells Richard during hot sex she loves him, but gets no response. Charlotte is presented in the club to Anthony's boyfriend Gordon, who works for 'House and Garden' magazine, and arranges for it to take pictures at her place, the house of a 'perfect couple' - but Trey's lack of interest for yet another thing that excites her pushes their relationship to effective separation. Miranda's pregnancy becomes known at her law firm when a young colleague Max means to defend so her dozing off, but they're overheard when she says to what it no more out then his being gay (as she saw him in Trade)- the next day they both come clean. Written by KGF Vissers

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13 January 2002 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "The Merchant of Venice" (Act II, Scene VII): "All that glisters is not gold." See more »


When Carrie returns home to Aidan, she moves the KFC bucket to her headboard to cuddle next to him. In the next visible shot, the bucket moved to the shelves. See more »


Charlotte York: I feel like we don't belong here!
Carrie Bradshaw: That's because we're wearing shirts!
Miranda Hobbes: Seriously, why don't straight men have bodies like this?
Carrie Bradshaw: Because gay men have the possibility of sex at the gym! If straight men had that they'd be working out all the time too!
Samantha Jones: I've had sex at the gym!
Carrie Bradshaw: See, Samantha's doing her part to motivate the masses!
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Acting Out Of Character
5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie finds time away from stay-at-home boy Aidan with a gay Aussie shoe distributor at the exclusive Bungalow 8. Charlotte and Trey separate permanently after their apartment is photographed in House & Garden. Miranda accidentally ousts her co-worker after he tells the office gossip that she's pregnant. Samantha tells Richard she loves him while high on ecstasy.

This episode could provide character confusion to the viewers in the sense that we get to see the New Yorkers - Carrie,Miranda,Charlotte and Samantha - not on the same page as we see them from the previous episodes.With Carrie,we see her wanting a relationship.But now that she has found herself living with the man she currently wants,she goes out with a gay guy and fights for his attention.Why should she do that?Can't she work things out with Aidan?I thought that she was willing to solve her relationship problems?Why doesn't she want to do it now?Charlotte always wanted a family and a baby.In the previous episodes,she and Trey were willing to work things out.But now they separate permanently just because their apartment was photographed in a magazine?I thought that it was the issue of having a baby that was keeping them apart.Now,another issue is going to separate them forever?Why?Then we get to see Samantha falling in love once again.Isn't she the kind of woman who only treat men as objects?Of course,she has also fallen in love before with other men but not to the point of proposing to someone else.Isn't having a relationship not a priority?Finally,we get to see Miranda "accidentally" ousts her employee due to gossip rumors.Accidentally?I thought that she was one independent woman who does not do things like that.Now,to some viewers the characters become interesting.But to other viewers,these New Yorkers are acting out of character.

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